Find out what other people — individuals, community groups, and businesses — have been doing to protect land, air and water from pipelines and tankers.

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Salish Sea Tour: island hopping for climate justice!

All along this tour we spoke with so many passionate and powerful people who will never let this pipeline be built. Coastal communities understand what is at stake and are following the leadership of Indigenous peoples, who continue to protect these lands and waters as they have since time immemorial. Many are standing with First Nations against Kinder Morgan because they are deeply committed to decolonization and environmental justice. Others are driven by the simple understanding that the water connects us all, and that when it comes to an oil spill the tideline is everyone’s frontline.

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Pull Together House Party

Hosts of an upcoming house party "fun"draiser shard their thinking behind the great idea of opening their home - and getting their dancing shoes on - for Indigenous legal rights. "We are so excited and grateful to be hosting this event on the Coast Salish territories...

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Buddhas Pulling Together team raises $1700 in first week!

A new fundraising team, Buddhas Pulling Together, has sprung up on our online fundraising platform. Comprised of a group of zen practitioners, this compassionate crew have pooled their efforts and are working together for Indigenous rights. Some of the donor comments...

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Drum Making Workshop on Salt Spring Island

An all-day drum making workshop at a beautiful private home on Salt Spring Island for up to 15 participants. Led by Cowichan musician and artist Hweimtun. Each student will make their own drum; presentation includes ceremonial aspects and the opportunity to try many...

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Moksha Yoga Burnaby pulls together to protect the coast

Through the months of January and February, Moksha Yoga Burnaby hot yoga studio are raising funds for First Nations legal challenges to the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tankers project.   Moksha Yoga Burnaby are standing up to ensure that all parties have an active...

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You organized. You donated. We won!!

We’re witnessing a historic moment. The proposed Enbridge pipeline is dead! Today federal government announced that it is revoking its approval for the Northern Gateway pipeline,  giving effect to the First Nations victory in court this July. Seven First Nations -...

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Be Clean Naturally steps up!

We are so thrilled to announce that our friends at Be Clean Naturally have created gorgeous soap bars to raise funds for Pull Together. The soaps in question are a sweet cocktail of essential oils such as orange, lime and cedar with other natural ingredients including...

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Vancouver Film Screening Raises Over $3000

In late September, a Vancouver resident named Sondra put on a fantastic event, with a little help from her friends, all of them volunteering their time to make the event a success. About 140 people packed Vancouver's Unitarian Church to see the inspiring and...

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Speak Your Peace: the Global Campaign

Join Moksha and Modo Yoga International this September 21  Here’s a Q&A from Darci Nyal at Moksha Yoga Westshore and Moksha Yoga Victoria about their upcoming Speak Your Peace event on September 21st. The proceeds from candlelit classes all over North America will...

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Summer 5Rhythms Dance Classes Raise $346

All year long, we've seen concerts, potlucks, yoga classes and many other creative fundraisers for Pull Together, but this is a first: Weekly 5Rhythms dance classes, collecting donations to this campaign to support First Nations fighting Enbridge in court. For the...

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Igel Architecture supports Pull together in a big way

Igel Architecture, based out of Vancouver, is a small architecture firm specializing in small and medium scale projects, of both new construction and renovation to existing buildings Through their projects they have donated $2000 of their own profit to help support...

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Pull Together With Black Spruce Bog

Sea to Sands Conservation Alliance in Prince George Pulled Together with their local community to organize a Dance featuring the incredible band Black Spruce Bog! The energy in the room from the dancing, music and speeches made it a spiritual night for anyone who was...

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Film screenings in Vancouver suburbs raise $1000

A film screening of two powerful pipeline films held by our allies at Tri-Cities Leadnow and Raincoast raised over $1000. Two beautiful and powerful films were shown: Reflections: Art for an Oil Free Coast Groundswell It was a great night of film screenings and art...

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Spirit Bear Lodge donates $4500

More incredible news today! The ecotourism company Spirit Bear Lodge announced that they are donating $4500 to Pull Together, on behalf of the recent guests who requested that their trip cost be donated to Pull Together. This donation will be doubled, to make a total...

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Council of Canadians chapters raise over $2000

The Council of Canadian in Chapters in Golden, BC and Chilliwack, BC are really showing solidarity with seven First Nations fighting Enbridge! The Golden Chapter of the Council of Canadians raised $780  for Pull Together this past week, with a great fundraiser film...

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Righteous Rags raises over $500

Righteous Rags fundraised for Pull Together on Saturday June 13th. Donating a portion of their sales from their tie-dye booth at the Saturday Market, Katya & Steve were so happy to have an opportunity to stop Enbridge using their creativity and righteous rags! The...

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Vancouver: Young Agrarians raise nearly $1000 with potluck

On Thursday of the Week to End Enbridge, Young Agrarians teamed up with Fresh Roots Urban Farm Society to host a Farmers For Pull Together potluck at the Fresh Roots Schoolyard Farm at Vancouver Technical Secondary School. According to one attendee, "It was a really...

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Victoria: Full House at Fairfield Literary Event

"A full house and great energy. We raised 200$ for Pull Together and drank a lot of iced tea. :)" It was an evening of literary readings - part of the 'elements' series - as well as a fundraiser for Pull Together. Pictured is one of the evening's writers, Julie...

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Artists and Writers Pull Together in Victoria

Over the weekend, Victoria artists & writers pulled together at a private backyard party to support Pull Together. Everyone had a great time. There were fun art projects for kids, a light dinner, fireside music, readings, conversation and fun! A donation jar was...

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Smithers rocks out with concert & BBQ

On June 13th, Smithers marked the one-year anniversary of the federal governments approval of the Northern Gateway pipeline with a show of strength to reaffirm their opposition to this dangerous project. Despite some cool & wet weather, local musicians kept the...

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Toast the Coast Festival at Jericho Beach

Our friends at Greenpeace are helping organize a celebration to show how much we love our coast and want to protect it from all its impending threats - including Northern Gateway. It happens on the first Saturday of the Week to End Enbridge and we're excited to be a...

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Farmers for Pull Together!

Farmers give a LOT to all of us. They provide us an essential need: food and nourishment. They spend long days on the farms, working tirelessly to feed our communities. We're especially lucky in BC to have so many farmers producing food without toxic pesticides,...

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A magical night to remember

The Pull Together Relaunch with Sarah Harmer & Friends was just the jolt of inspiration and good vibes that we needed to kick-start Phase II of the amazing Pull Together campaign. In the newly restored York Theater in East Vancouver, 350 people came together to...

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ThunderPants presents: Queer Speed-Dating!

Last summer, a group organized queer speed-dating event at Vancouver's Heartwood Cafe. Wish you could have been there? Organize your own! Connections were made, fun was had, and $300 was raised for Pull Together! Below is some information from the event. Will it...

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Pender Island pulls in over $4K in star studded night

Last Saturday night, Pender Island's community hall was draped in cedar for a very special fundraising concert. Led by the incomparable Mae Moore, who sang a spine-tingling rendition of "Tom Thompson's Mandolin", an all-star ensemble of musicians poured out their...

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